Expand your Cancer Treatment Options Box
Cancer treatments vary enormously within countries and between countries. For example; in Australia, some cities offer treatments that are unavailable in your home city. Also, NZ patients can access treatments not available in Australia and vice versa.
Japan, Singapore and Taiwan offer hi-tech treatments we don’t have in AU and NZ. Trying to access and then arrange cross-border or international treatments can be almost impossible for patients, but Grace Gawler has been providing this service for many decades. That is why patients need a navigator to guide them through the cancer treatments maze.
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For over 4+ decades, Grace Gawler has built bridges to some of the world’s best minds in cancer treatment and care.
Her extensive network makes possible a wider range of minimally invasive treatment options for Australia and NZ patients, most of whom had been told by their hospitals, ‘there is nothing more we can do.’
Similarly, after Grace’s colon was permanently damaged from a surgical mishap in Australia, and before Grace received a world first bionic colon surgery in the Netherlands, nearly all her Australian doctors had told her not to go overseas for treatment and the implant would likely not work!
Building global networks: Grace is constantly researching, scouring the world seeking minimally invasive treatments for her patients. After finding a promising treatment, she typically opens discussions with the centre/doctor (s) in mind. The talks require Grace to be knowledgeable and fully conversant with their new techniques. Hours of research and cross referencing are involved.
For example; after years studying the benefits of genomic diagnostic tests in the USA, Grace negotiated for her patients to access them. This was long before genomic tests were available in Australia. The tests allowed treatments to be individually targeted, increasing the probability of successful outcomes.
Recently, Grace connected a NZ oncologist with a leading US brain cancer surgeon, as she sought to arrange innovative surgery for the patient. The NZ oncologist remarked, “Thanks to you Grace, I’m now mixing it with the giants in brain cancer!”
Cancer Specialists and Colleagues commemt
Grace Gawler’s commitment to support cancer patients has stretched from the Southern to the Northern hemisphere and is very inspiring. As a consultant oncologist, I am very aware that emotional and lifestyle issues play a big part in the management of cancer.
"Grace, Thanks so much for the wonderful cooperation, trust, and patient care. I look forward to working with the patients you send to me. The thoroughness of your patient notes means I can more accurately target my treatments enabling better outcomes."
I have known Grace since 2009. We have worked together sourcing best options for a number of her patients. I have always been impressed by her thoroughness, professionalism and tenacity to seek the best of minimally invasive treatments for patients in her care.
"Although her primary qualification is in naturopathy, I found Grace to have a greater body of knowledge than most oncologists I have experienced in 47-yrs as a general practitioner. We saw patients together in my consulting rooms at in Queensland. I have had the pleasure of collaborating with Grace Gawler in the management of patients with cancer. I came to appreciate her skills and knowledge in managing patients she helped to navigate the cancer maze.
I speak not only as a mainstream medical practitioner, but also as one whose wife survived for eight years with diffuse bony metastases from breast cancer. Grace was her main supporting practitioner outside of mainstream medicine, and her contribution to this and the many thousands of women she has helped in a similar fashion should not go unheralded.
Grace, although I attended your seminar as a cancer carer/supporter, I received more out of the presentation than many other self-development and health seminars that I have attended. I feel your seminars would help all who wish to develop and advance in today's world. The skills I learned will help me now and in the future; things I wasn't even aware of before attending.
Grace has been providing an independent cancer support and advocacy service for many years and has given advice to thousands of patients. Although working in the ‘complementary’ treatment area, her philosophy is to strongly support orthodox medical practitioners (surgeons, physicians, oncologists) and to dissuade patients from getting involved in ‘alternative’ treatments.
"Grace, I would be delighted to talk with you about your organisation to see whether I could be of help. I would be happy to serve as an adviser or whatever else might be beneficial to you."
‘ I applaud Grace Gawler’s advocacy for the therapeutic relationship as the key to client self empowerment and healing. Grace turns the professional practitioner’s attention towards how we are being with the client, rather than what we are doing to the client. "
"It was a privilege and blessing to work with Grace, who generously shared her bountiful talent with our scholars . Grace brought to life the true healing spirit and intention of therapy, and translated this into a workable model which the students could easily apply into their day to day jobs as therapists."
Grace Gawler inspires and motivates those who hear her speak about her experiences in helping both those who have cancer and those who support them. Grace has the ability to put complex issues across in such a way that people can immediately grasp how they themselves can adapt and use the ideas. Her approach is inspiring for people on a spiritual level, whilst at the same time providing a real grasp of the practical issues that face people.
Grace has been a key speaker at three of our seminars. At each of these seminars, Grace has provided inspiration and encouragement to breast cancer sufferers, some of who have travelled many kilometres to hear her speak A poignant, elegantly presented keynote address that profoundly touched the hearts and souls of the 300 who attended. Cork is grateful for your journey here.